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Sep 22, 2012 12:15pm EDT
the united states. prior to his confirmation as solicitor general, he served as acting solicitor general for nearly a year, and as principal deputy solicitor general for over three years. he has over seven years of service in the office, the longest time of continuous service by solicitor general since the 19th century. he has argued over 60 cases before the supreme court, including nfib v sibelius. he received his master's degree from the georgetown university school of service, and a master's degree in economics from cambridge university. he grabbed the to graduate from the harvard law school where he was the editor of the harvard law review. he served on the u.s. court of appeals in the d.c. circuit, and for and since the the the -- and teens kolyma -- justice scalia. his subject today is titled " october turned 2011 -- the constitutional moment." please welcome paul clement. [applause] >> thank you, roger, for that kind introduction to it is great to be at the cato institute. i have attended a number of the simon lectures myself, so it is an honor to present thoughts on october term
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